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Adjective or Adverb?
Difficulty Level 1

Correct usage of adjectives and adverbs in the French language is crucial for clear and precise communication. In this exercise titled “Adjectif ou Adverbe?” (Adjective or Adverb?), we will explore how to distinguish between these two essential parts of speech. Whether you are a beginner or advanced learner, this lesson will help you strengthen your understanding and use of adjectives and adverbs in French.

Type of Word Meaning Usage
Adjective (Adjectif) An adjective is a word used to describe or qualify a noun (substantif). – A beautiful (belle) flower (The adjective “beautiful” qualifies the noun “flower”).
– A tall (grand) man (The adjective “tall” describes the noun “man”).
Adverb (Adverbe) An adverb is a word used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. It indicates how, when, where, why, or to what extent something is done. – He speaks slowly (lentement) (The adverb “slowly” modifies the verb “speaks”).
– She is very (très) intelligent (The adverb “very” modifies the adjective “intelligent”).
  1. Elle parle (rapide).

  2. Ce gâteau est (incroyable).

  3. Ils ont répondu (correct).

  4. Sa réponse était (étonnant).

  5. Le train arrive (habituel).

  6. Ce chien est (incroyablement) intelligent.

  7. Ils ont travaillé (silencieux).

  8. La fleur sent (merveilleux).

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